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BE NICE. STOP FIGHTING. FIX THE WORLD. — SERENDIPITY

Another excellent point made by Marilyn over at Serendipity. Give it a read. I agree with everything she said.

What’s wrong with this picture? Other than you know … that face. When I found this on Facebook, it gave me pause for thought. I am not a fan of Trump. However much I dislike his politics and pretty much everything he stands for, he is not why we this country is divided. We were […]

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4 thoughts on “BE NICE. STOP FIGHTING. FIX THE WORLD. — SERENDIPITY

  1. “BE NICE. STOP FIGHTING. FIX THE WORLD
    I had high hopes that things would get off to that kind of a start. On the first day Congress met, you can see that’s not liable to happen. There’s too many with the mentality ‘my way or the Highway’ they can’t even get along with each other so they surely will never get along with the so called liberals.

    I recall two other presidents who had what they considered enemies lists instead of political opponents. One was Richard Nixon the other one was the young George Bush. Old-time politics is still alive and well the Republicans and Donald Trump used the oldest tactic in the books to get votes. They promised the voters the moon made of cheese, they were going to immediately repeal Obama care. They had nothing to replace it with but they all got the votes and got elected to office, that’s what you call old-time politics. It is no wonder the country stays divided. The country has been in turmoil over healthcare since before the Clinton administration, nobody will take the bull by the horns and get the problem solved. They just want to screw around with a lot of BS and mess with each other’s heads. Play the blame game like little children and leave the population to pretty much fend for themselves when it comes to healthcare. I thought this was a democracy but I guess it’s not, that is too bad.

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    • Technically, the United States has never been a Democracy. We’re way too big to be a truly Democratic nation. We’re not a government “of the people, by the people, and for the people.” and we can’t ever hope to be one. It’s just the nature of the beast. As for the people in Washington, they will do what they do, and we will watch and do what we need to do if they overstep their office.

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